Development Cooperation Handbook/Designing and Managing Programmes/Program implementation or execution

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Programmes are implemented through projects. In a sense the "projects" can be considered the "activities" of a programme. The difference is that the activities of a project are defined while the project is being planned. Projects are developed later, once the programme structure is decided. In a sense, implementing programmes is the same as implementing a series of projects. This will be the topic we tackle in the next chapter: Designing Executing and Evaluating Projects. But programme management besides the management of projects requires also the management of project integration and Support. Programme operations includes :

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Swiss sknife.png Template: Programme Plan

Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png Guideline: How to manage programmes for a learning organization that is projectized and employee empowering.

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In other sections of this handbook
Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg Designing and Managing Projects
Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg How do we manage the human resources of programmes and projects?
Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg The 9 Topic Areas Of Project Management Knowledge